6:13- Bill Zimpfer-The stock market continues its volatility with the latest jobs reports being released Friday.
6:43- World News Roundup
7:13- Ray Stagich WX
7:43- Michael Bower- Congressional leadership is scheduled to meet again with President Trump on Friday with hopes of reopening the government.
8:13- Daniel Castillo- FRIDAY EATS
8:23- FBI PLANS 'RAPID DNA' NETWORK FOR QUICK DATABASE CHECKS ON ARRESTEES
Though DNA has revolutionized modern crime fighting, the clues it may hold aren't revealed quickly. Samples of saliva, or skin, or semen are sent to a crime lab by car (or mail), and then chemists get to work. Detectives are accustomed to waiting days or weeks, or more, for the results. Some labs are so backed up, they only take the most serious crimes. Some samples never get tested. But a portable machine about the size of a large desktop printer is changing that. A "Rapid DNA" machine can take a swab of DNA, analyze it and produce a profile of 20 specific loci on the DNA strand in less than two hours. Some local police departments and prosecutors have been using Rapid DNA machines for about five years to solve crimes.Former FBI Investigator WILLIAM "BILL" DALY
8:43- President Trump and the shutdown: Another meeting scheduled at the White House today
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